Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger's Daughter Had Self-Esteem Issues Too

Isn't it hard to believe that the girls who others perceive to be beautiful ALSO have self-esteem issues?  Money and fame do not exempt you from low self-esteem.  Janet Jackson admits it in her new book, "True You: A Journey to Finding and Loving Yourself," as well which I will feature in a later post.  I just attended her #1's concert at Radio City Music Hall in NYC which was fabulous and really hard for me to believe that she doesn't think she is gorgeous.  What the what??? 
Many girls and women don't like their bodies, their weight, their nose (like I did when I was a teen), or their hair.  At what point do girls begin to see the beauty in themselves?  What needs to be done to highlight the uniqueness and inner and outer beauty of girls?  Do you know what makes you feel beautiful?  When do you feel the most confident? 

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It's no surprise Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger and First Lady of California Maria Shriver -- both powerhouses -- would have a daughter that has something to say. What is surprising is that Katherine Schwarzenegger would face the same worries, challenges and insecurities as every teenager in America. Body issues? Check. Self esteem worries? Yes.

Her new book is "Rock What You've Got: Secrets to Loving Your Inner and Outer Beauty From Someone Who's Been There and Back," and she's speaking very candidly about all the real issues facing young girls today.  Click here to hear the with Katherine as a guest on the Gayle King Show.

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